Deposits and Deferral of Admission


Each applicant who is accepted is required to submit a $750 nonrefundable tuition deposit. The deposit may be paid in two installments and is due on the dates stated in the acceptance letter. These deposits guarantee a place in the entering class and are applied to the first semester's tuition. Applicants who miss a deposit deadline risk losing their seats in the entering class as well as any scholarship offers that may have been made to them.

A medical form and final official transcripts are required of all entering students.

Deferral of Admission

Applicants who have been admitted but whose circumstances have changed may ask to defer their admission for one year. A limited number of one-year deferrals are granted each year based on pressing circumstances. Deferrals are not automatic and, if granted, a nonrefundable deposit is required to hold a place in the following year's entering class. To request an admissions deferral, you must submit a written request by mail or email to the Office of Admissions and include an explanation of the reasons for your request.